Our last two sessions of D&D have seen absolutely no combat, and little rolling (except for things like spot checks). They were incredibly enjoyable. The best "role" playing we've done in a long time, we've recently temporarily retired one group of characters (we have two groups running concurrently) which were becoming just puppets of the dice. We're really ceased to "role" play. Now we're actually in character again, and it's really cool. And I don't miss the combats (although we've been promised a fight in the next session).
Am I the only one who really enjoys sessions without combat? I'm not saying I dislike combat, but I prefer to have maybe two combats tops each session, with much more talking and puzzle solving and the like. Am I alone in this?
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